• Solaris



    Art best resembles being. 
    Man exists for what purpose—we are not means to an end. 
    We don’t reproduce with something more in mind than to continue as a species. 
    Art, similarly, is not a solution to anything, it just is, and can serve as a tool for expanding awareness. In its purest state it is a direct recording of being that then becomes its own being. 
    Like trees, we sew our seed and grow upwards. We reach for the sun,…

  • The Blank Generation

    The Blank Generation


    Just for the music. It sounds so good.

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me


    Is Twin Peaks the location of evil and the black lodge? The white lodge? Is Twin Peaks? 

    Is Leland the killer the whole time? Is Leland possessed by Bob? 

    Are season 1 and 2 just the dream of Laura? Is Audrey just some reborn Laura? 

    Laura is so complex. She seems aware of the multiple worlds in the same way that Cooper does. 

    I love the scene where Gordon places the woman with the Blue Rose to signal the intricacies of the case. There is just so much we are not picking up on. Everything is entirely real and unreal.

  • Swingers



    Things are exactly as they seem. Great entertainment and characters.

  • Inland Empire

    Inland Empire


    We are entirely absurd and abstract beings and this movie is so beautiful. I love the continuity of this movie. It is so smooth and lucid and follows some other subconscious/creative logic. I think synecdoche New York is similar in its meshing of the real world and the acted world. Humans might be solely victims of the past, and the forming of the consciousness might be just an evolutionary adaptation—  but I find the way that Lynch presents the human…

  • The Devil and Daniel Johnston

    The Devil and Daniel Johnston


    Daniel Johnston.

  • Bottle Rocket

    Bottle Rocket


    Big good.

  • The Shining

    The Shining


    I liked it

  • Blue Velvet

    Blue Velvet


    My first and true love.

  • Broken Flowers

    Broken Flowers


    Dinner scenes. Bill Murray.

  • Paterson



    Ending bruh and too sweet. Jarmusch.

  • The Daytrippers

    The Daytrippers


    Characters and archetypes